Corporate Program

My Vision for Japan's Economic Future: Sustainable Growth Through Structural Reform

With its mix of aggressive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and flexible growth strategies, the policies of the Abe administration collectively known as "Abenomics" have gained worldwide attention. However, concerns remain over the lack of a definitive exit strategy for the future. Countries worldwide now have a common goal of achieving economic growth as they restructure fiscally. Under these circumstances, maintaining fiscal discipline will allow confidence in the Japanese economy to develop. In this lecture, the Honorable Yoshihiko Noda, former Prime Minister of Japan, discusses his thoughts on the future of the Japanese economy and on a non-partisan approach to resolving these important policy issues.

Speaker:
The Honorable Yoshihiko Noda
, Former Prime Minister of Japan; Member of the House of Representatives

Presider:
Gerald Curtis
, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University; Member of Board of Directors of Japan Society

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